Blackmagic Design Studio Camera 4K Pro G2

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 The Blackmagic Design Studio Camera 4K Pro G2 now offers live streaming plus pro connections like 12G-SDI...

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 The Blackmagic Design Studio Camera 4K Pro G2 now offers live streaming plus pro connections like 12G-SDI and 10GbE Ethernet.  This latest 4K Pro model retains features like a 7" touchscreen monitor, HDMI output, Blackmagic Raw recording, HDR support, XLR audio, and Micro Four Thirds lens mount from its predecessor. The camera is designed for live production, so it's easy to track and frame shots with its large 7" viewfinder.  Interfaces designed for both broadcast and consumer components include HDMI with tally, camera control, a record trigger, and headphone and mic connections including dual XLR ports, and two USB Type-C expansion ports. The 10G Ethernet allows all video, tally, talkback, and camera power via a single connection, so your setup is fast and more affordable. The live stream is converted back to video in the studio by an ATEM Streaming Bridge, which also supports tally, talkback, and camera control. Plus, when combined with the built-in DaVinci Resolve primary color corrector, you get much better images than simple broadcast cameras. The color corrector can even be controlled from the switcher. The sensor features a resolution of 4096 x 2160, which is great for both HD and Ultra HD work. Plus, all models support from 23.98 up to 60 fps. The primary native ISO is 400, which is ideal for use under studio lighting. The secondary high-base ISO of 3200 is perfect when shooting in dimly lit environments. The gain can be set from the camera or remotely from a switcher using the SDI or Ethernet remote camera control. This means you avoid camera shake when adjusting the lens, so you can track shots and operate the camera without taking your hands off the tripod. It gives you the same feel as an expensive B4 broadcast lens. The focus peaking knob is incredibly useful as it lets you fine-tune the detail highlight, so you can get perfect focus as you zoom. Buttons on the left can have functions like zebra, false color, focus peaking, LUTs, and more assigned to them. You can change the function assigned to each button using the menus. On-screen overlays show status and record parameters, histograms, focus peaking indicators, levels, frame guides, and more. You can even apply 3D LUTs for monitoring shots with the desired color and look.  

That means the director can talk to the camera operators to guide shot selection, eliminating the problem where all cameras could have the same shot at the same time. The talkback connector is built into the side of the camera and supports standard 5-pin XLR broadcast headsets.  The Blackmagic Studio Camera 4K Pro G2 has 12G-SDI, so you can connect it to SDI-based switchers such as the ATEM Constellation. There's a 12G-SDI connection for camera output video and one for program return. The program return also includes a tally, talkback, and remote camera control.  The Blackmagic Studio cameras support the SDI tally standard used on all ATEM live production switchers and the HDMI tally used on ATEM Mini switchers. The Blackmagic Studio Camera 4K Pro G2 model supports connecting cameras via a single Ethernet cable. It's so simple; just plug it in and you're ready. Traditional broadcast studio cameras use SMPTE fiber to communicate and power cameras; however, SMPTE fiber is very expensive.  Plug in an external USB flash disk and the camera can record high-quality 12-bit Blackmagic RAW files for later editing and color correction. That means you can just move the disk to a computer to work, and you don't need to waste time with file copying. You can even plug in optional focus and zoom demands to allow full lens control of compatible lenses. Plus, the USB port will power any phone or disk that's plugged in. Blackmagic Raw also saves camera settings as metadata, so you can change ISO, white balance, and exposure later in DaVinci Resolve. Plus, the files are small and fast, so editing responsiveness is incredible. With each microphone placed at the edges of the screen, you get the advantage of the studio camera design for better stereo separation than what is possible on a regular video camera.

There's also a 3.5mm audio input for connecting video camera microphones as well as a 3.5mm headphone jack. Program return is a fantastic feature as sometimes on large live shows, camera operators can be left waiting a long time for their camera to be used, so program return lets them watch the show while they wait. This means that even if the camera operator is a large distance away from the switcher, they can still keep up with what's happening and remain alert. The 3D LUTs are also saved into the Blackmagic Raw files, so they can be used in later postproduction, but they are never burned into the Blackmagic RAW image data, so you always have the option to disable them. This means the 3D LUT is transported in the Blackmagic RAW file, but only used when you enable it. When switching between languages, the on-screen overlays, heads-up displays, and setup menus will be displayed in the selected language, and you can change languages any time you like. Blackmagic Studio Camera 4K Pro G2 has several power options, including a 12 VDC locking power connector that prevents the cable from being accidentally pulled out. The camera includes a power supply with five different AC socket adapters for different countries. The Blackmagic Studio Converter has a large power supply that adds PoE power to the Ethernet cable, so you don't need any power connection to the camera. That's a great solution when there's no power available where the cameras are placed.

Blackmagic Design Studio Camera 4K Pro G2 Specs

Imaging
Image Sensor
17.78 x 10 mm (Four Thirds) CMOS
Sensor Resolution
Not Specified by Manufacturer
ISO Sensitivity
100 to 25,600
Gain
0 to 18 dB
Sensitivity
f/11 at 2000 lux 89.9% Reflectance (UHD 4K60)
f/12 at 2000 lux 89.9% Reflectance (UHD 4K60)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
63 dB
Camera
Lens Mount
Micro Four Thirds
Shutter Speed
1/5000 to 1/24 Second
Built-In ND Filter
None
Built-In Microphone Type
Stereo
Broadcast System Compatibility
NTSC, PAL
Interfaces
CCU I/O
None
Video I/O
1 x BNC (12G-SDI) Input
1 x BNC (12G-SDI) Output
1 x HDMI Output
Audio I/O
2 x XLR 3-Pin Mic/Line (+48 V Phantom Power) Input on Camera Body
1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Stereo Microphone Input
1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRRS Headphone/Mic Input/Output
1 x XLR 5-Pin Intercom Input/Output
Other I/O
1 x RJ45 (10 Gigabit Ethernet) Control/Data/Monitor/Video Input/Output
2 x USB-C (USB 3.2 / 3.1 Gen 1) Data/Video Input/Output
Recording
Raw Recording
Blackmagic RAW 10-Bit
3840 x 2160 at 23.98/24.00/25/29.97/50/59.94/60 fps [26 to 190 Mb/s]
Audio Recording
ProRes: 2-Channel 24-Bit 48 kHz LPCM Audio
Display
Display Type
Fixed Touchscreen LCD
Display Size
7"
Resolution
1920 x 1200
Power
Power I/O
1 x XLR 4-Pin (12VDC) Input
1 x Barrel (12VDC) Input
Power Consumption
46 W
Environmental
Operating Temperature
32 to 72°F / 0 to 40°C
Storage Temperature
-4 to 113°F / -20 to 45°C
Operating Humidity
0 to 90%
General
Accessory Mounting Thread
2 x 1/4"-20
Tripod Mount
3/8"-16 Female
Dimensions (W x H x D)
10.77 x 6.68 x 6.59" / 27.36 x 16.97 x 16.74 cm (Without Protrusions)
Weight
3.71 lb / 1.68 kg


     

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